Ikea will become the first retailer to make single-origin coffee from the White Nile region in Uganda available to its customers.
Spain has announced that it will begin the process of suspending Catalonia’s autonomy on Saturday.
US secretary of state Rex Tillerson will deliver his first major policy speech on India at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), a think tank based in Washington today.
Today is World Food Day.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has admitted for the first time that it met with Saudi Aramco, the world’s biggest oil company in early 2017.
Catalan president Carles Puigdemont and other regional leaders signed a suspended declaration of independence from Spain last night, easing concerns of immediate unrest.
The Women’s Forum for Economics and Society is coming together in Paris this week for its Global Meeting.
The Trump administration is poised to push South Korea to buy more American cars and agricultural products amid high tensions with North Korea over its nuclear capabilities.
The yearly Nobel prizes are announced this week.
Saudi Arabia, the Gulf’s largest economy, is expected to return to international bond markets as soon as this week.
Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe plans to hold a snap election next month, taking advantage of his higher approval ratings and a weak opposition.
German chancellor Angela Merkel, Europe’s longest-serving leader, is set to secure her fourth term on 24 September.
Germany’s ThyssenKrupp and India’s Tata Steel will merge their European operations to create the continent’s second-biggest steel producer, after ArcelorMittal.
Global Learning XPrize, an international competition to create educational software for children in developing countries, announced the five finalists in the running to win a $15M prize.
Qatar’s defense minister signed a letter of intent on Sunday to purchase 24 Typhoon jets from British defense group BAE Systems in a deal likely to be worth more than £2bn.
Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, has failed to criticise the country’s brutal military.
Snapchat, the video and photo messaging app, has agreed to block users from accessing Al Jazeera content in response to demands from the Saudi government.
The 193-member United Nations (UN) will gather in New York this week for the annual General Assembly meeting of diplomats and world leaders.
Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund, the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) has injected $38bn of its $340bn reserves to support the country’s slowing economy resulting from an ongoing dispute with other Arab states, according to a report published by rating agency Moody’s.
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi outlined plans for his country’s first high-speed bullet train on Thursday during a visit from his Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe.
Back in 2015, the United Nations published the Sustainable Development Goals agenda.
French president Emmanuel Macron faces the first major challenge since taking office in May with protesters staging mass demonstrations in cities across the country against his labour market reforms.
The United Nations Security Council has slapped North Korea with new sanctions after it tested a hydrogen bomb on 3 September.
The Belt and Road Summit, jointly organised by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKTDC) government and the Trade Development Council, is expected to attract more than 2,500 participants on Monday.
US president Donald Trump unexpectedly cut a three-month debt limit deal with Democrats yesterday, defying members of his own party who wanted to extend a debt limit increase until after the 2018 mid-term elections.
Verdict — in association with GlobalData WealthInsight — has calculated exactly which education institutions around the world have created the most millionaires
Despite the Church Of England being the official state religion, the amount of people in the UK who aren’t religious has risen.
It has been 30 years since Donald Trump penned an open letter to the American public saying: “America should stop paying to defend countries that can afford to defend themselves”.
China is hosting the 9th Brics summit from Sunday 5 September as tensions are beginning to appear around the group, made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.
In the world of fintech, close attention is being paid to female influencers who are marking their mark on the industry, bringing with them fresh perspectives and experiences